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SportNFL free agency rumors: Kelvin Benjamin visiting Chiefs

20:40  06 december  2018
20:40  06 december  2018 Source:   sportingnews.com

Bills release wide receivers Kelvin Benjamin, Andre Holmes

Bills release wide receivers Kelvin Benjamin, Andre Holmes The Bills have given up on the Benjamin experiment after acquiring the wide receiver in Nov. 2017 for third- and seventh-round picks.

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Kelvin Benjamin 2018 player profile, game log, season stats, career stats, recent NFL -Draft Tickets. Shop College Football Gear. Benjamin has enjoyed a mostly injury- free 2018, though obviously he hasn't been very effective, managing just 302 receiving yards on 20 catches for the 2-7 Bills.

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Kelvin Benjamin may be Kansas City-bound.

Two days after his release from the Bills, the wide receiver is scheduled to visit with the Chiefs, ESPN reported, citing unidentified sources.

Benjamin, who cleared waivers and officially became a free agent Wednesday, was cut for performance reasons after a lackluster second season in Buffalo.

Benjamin, 27, initially was selected by the Panthers with the No. 28 overall pick in the 2014 draft. He then was acquired by the Bills in November 2017 for third- and seventh-round picks in the 2018 draft.

He has 23 catches for 354 yards and a touchdown this season and finished his stint in Buffalo with 39 catches for 571 yards and two touchdowns.

The Chiefs (10-2) are slated to host the Ravens (7-5) at 1 p.m. ET Sunday.

Bills QB Josh Allen set to start against Jaguars.
The rookie quarterback has missed the past four games with an elbow injury.

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